Question about Hummer H3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HVAC CLOGGED DRAIN
clean out the a/c drain in outside firewall with a pipe cleaner or a straw on passenger side underside small elbow hangin out pull of little elbow clean out orphice gently not too deep water will run out when water drains put elbow back on facing down to drain condensation from evaperater case
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: V50 Sunroof rain leak
be very careful there are plastic clips i belive you must pull them either down or straight out get a putty knife behind there and look with a flashlight,,, also instead of remove the b piller you can buy some 14 Gage solid cooper wire and push it thru the drain to clear the blockage please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
You need to open the sunroof fully and locate the small drain holes at each corner. They will be blocked with debris. Get a piece of welding wire or the likes and carefully unblock the hose by prodding and pouring water down it. When cleared the water shout run away freely.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: clogged drain hose in sunroof
ok open sunroof there are 2 drain holes use piano wire or something equeal take a low psi air tip nozzle and blow into drain then take a small cup of water and pour like an ounce of water into drain it should come out by lower door and fender area note mine was plugged down by fender hose was submerged in sand
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
IF you are leaking from the sunroof in the front passenger side, you can remove the A-pillar cover next to the windshield (right side from inside of car) with a hex wretch, which is under the little plastic cover) and make sure the tube connecting the sunroof rain drain on top is not kinked or broken or not connected. Simply pour some water slowly down the drain on top with the sunroof open to test it. My was "somehow"kinked and I was able to fix it. There is also a NHTSA service bulletin #SI-B51-30-08 for 2003 BMW X5. If the tubing is not the problem, I would call BMW dealer and see if they fix the problem because of the "recall". Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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